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Old 08-12-2011, 4:08 PM
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Default Which bolt action .22 LR with threaded barrel to get? Update: Pics and Videos

I need a bolt action .22 LR with a threaded barrel. The cheapest gun I see is a Marlin XT-22RZ. I also see the Ruger 77/22, but then I would have to get an aftermarket barrel for it to be threaded 1/2"x28.

Any other threaded .22 LR bolt action rifles you boys and girls can think of.

And yes, this is for my Thunderbeast Arms suppressor.
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Old 08-12-2011, 4:16 PM
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Oh snap! I answered my own question!


http://www.savagearms.com/firearms/model/MARKIITRRSR


http://www.savagearms.com/firearms/model/MARKIIFVSR

Savage Acutrigger!
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Old 08-12-2011, 4:20 PM
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Damn! I am really torn. I found them both in stock at Acusport too!

Clearly the 16" is cheaper by almost half. Do I really need a 22" barrel to suppress another 4" or should I just stick to the 16"? Holy crap I don't know what to do.
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Old 08-12-2011, 4:22 PM
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at least your not trying to brag about owning a suppressor because clearly you didn't know what rifle to choose.

Oh wait, you did.
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Old 08-12-2011, 4:31 PM
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I am going to order both. Which ever one I don't want, my partner will want. Or I will just make them shop guns and we can take out which ever one we want at whatever time we want. 16" for drive bys and 22" for wide open country shooting. It is on!
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I take it it's not economical enough to have one custom threaded?

http://www.tornado-technologies.com/services.html

http://www.aquilafirearms.com/OtherS...lThreading.htm
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Old 08-12-2011, 4:37 PM
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Actually, that is a good point. However, with the Savage rifles available, they should work great and I don't have to ship them off.

Anyone have any other ideas?
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Actually, that is a good point. However, with the Savage rifles available, they should work great and I don't have to ship them off.

Anyone have any other ideas?
Find a local 'smith to turn and thread the end of whatever barrel you want...
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If threading IS an option, I love these, but it looks like there might not be enough accessible barrel crown to thread...

http://www.marlinfirearms.com/Firear...on22/981TS.asp

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CZ 452
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Old 08-12-2011, 5:09 PM
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I'd heard about it, but I couldn't find one with a threaded barrel. Any links or model numbers I could look up?
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I know an 07FFL who really likes to play on his lathe. If you want a barrel threaded, I'm sure he'll be willing to help you. If you want his contact info, just shoot me a PM.
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He he he he. I am as kiddy as a little kid. The Savages came in today and I couldn't wait, so I went and shot them into the glass pile out the back door. The only sound they made was the busting of glass as the bullet went into the pile. Now to scope these suckers out and take them for a test run this afternoon. The weather is even nice!

Stay tuned.
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The CZ is simply Amazing...kick myself in butt for selling mine away.
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So I ran out to one of my many shooting spots to sight in these two rifles and see how they shoot. I got the Mark II FV-SR sighted in first. I pulled the Sightron 1.25-6 off of my coyote calling 6.5 Grendel (I want a more powerful scope for hunting yotes) and put it on here. It was way off and took a bit, but pretty soon I was hitting every rock in the cliff I was sighting in on.



I am still trying to decide whether I want to camo paint it or not.

Then I start in on the Mark II TRR-SR. I had a BSA Sweet 22 6-18x40 in stock so I stole it for this gun. It was much easier to sight in and I started to wonder why it was a bit louder than the FB-SR. I realized it was because I still hadn't swapped the suppressor over yet. So this thing isn't very loud without the suppressor, but with the suppressor, it is awesome!




Then I took the ton of .22 LR ammo I had bought to test in the semi-auto .22s with suppressors and did a test at about 25 yards.



The CCI Green Tag was the absolute best with the Federal Target coming in next. The only thing that shot bad compared to the others was the CCI 21 Grain non-lead stuff, but it isn't subsonic anyway. Really at 25 yards, all of this ammo shot great and vermin everywhere should be worried.



I didn't realize those trucks were so far down range until watching the video. I had a good back stop, but I will need to be a little more careful next time.

I got five rabbits on the way home. Those rifles are going to be great.
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Nice setup. I have something like that on my want list once I move out of state.
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